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Groovin - The Ventures - Super Psychedelics / $1,000,000 Weekend (CD)

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  1. "Super Psychedelics" is one of the best Ventures albums because it has 8 original & only 4 cover songs. "$1,, Weekend" is all covers. The Ventures always play great, though. One person found this helpful.
  2. What Now My Love (Et Maintenant), Georgy Girl, Ode to Billie Joe, Sunny, Respect, To Sir, With Love, Music to Watch Girls By, Groovin', Windy, Sealed With a Kiss, Uptight (Everything's Alright), Yesterday.
  3. Feb 01,  · vinyl - track #4 from $1,,,00 weekend Sorry about the sound quility I picked it up at a thrift shop for 50 cents.. so what can you expect.
  4. Sep 24,  · The Ventures - Superpsychedelics + $1,, Weekend ( One Way Records) One Way reissued two albums the Ventures cut in , Super Psychedelics (Changing Times) and $1,, Weekend, on a single disc in On both records, the Ventures try to keep pace with the "changing times," which means.
  5. Comment: Vinyl is bright and clean, in VG condition with unmarked labels and just a few light surface marks (hairline scratches, light smudging) that do not affect play - protected in clean plastic inner sleeve. Jacket is VG with strong spine, bright artwork, and no seam splits, tears, or bends - very minor ring wear, small printed number 79 on front (part of an exceptional .
  6. Listen free to The Ventures – $1,, Weekend (What Now My Love, Georgy Girl and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at brasahaberontradopentriculnelting.coinfo
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  8. Super Psychedelics/$1,, Weekend album for sale That wasn't the case, though, with Sallies Fforth, which appeared on the Parlophone label at the beginning of May Pretty much every record released during the psychedelic era by EMI's various satellite labels was honed and buffed to opaque perfection by the studio technocrats who were working for the .